Trying for a baby

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- Feb 26, 2019 at 02:54 PM
Hello,
i am 39 and I have children but we have been trying for a baby for the last 2 years with no luck. What next?
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Hello there! Sorry to hear about your TCC for 2 years long with no luck. Infertility is a difficult thing to cope with it. Age is an important factor. Well, I suggest you go for an alternative. It will help you out. My aunt also had this issue. She had been TTC for so long but didn't get any positive results. Then she came to know about surrogacy. She opted for surrogacy. Surrogacy proved like a miracle for her. She got a child through surrogacy at the age of 42. Now she is very happy with her complete family. I hope best for you. Good luck.
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Hello there, I understand your situation. Age is a big factor here and also pregnancy depression. The best remedy for the pregnancy depression is not medication but your self-commitment. Anyone facing this kind of depression needs to get involved in the creative way of life. Getting socially busy with the loved ones. going out occasionally, hanging out with friends and even watching your favorite program can be really helpful in your depression. Good amount of rest and healthy eating habits can be an additional aid. Take this depression as something natural. If you feel that things are getting worse for you and the depression is becoming difficult to handle then visit a physician for advice. I hope you will soon get over this as in almost all pregnancies as the symptoms disappear with the coming trimesters.
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Hey! I just read your post. Sometimes it takes time for the second time. Many couples have no problem conceiving the second time around, but millions of couples struggle with secondary infertility. It’s probably that one of the most common factors that cause difficulty in getting pregnant is age. Women in their mid 30 - late 30's can face these problems. And it can also be sometimes dur to the sperm quality or quantity. But don't be upset. You have a beautiful child. God bless you and your family.
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You're right age matters. Conceiving in Mid 30's and late can be challenging. There's a tremendous difference in your ability to get pregnant in your 30s and in Mid 30's. I would recommend that you seek the help of an obstetrician or fertility specialist. Best of luck!
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Hello there! This is extremely sad that you lost your baby as well as your fertility. After marriage, every couple dreams of having children with whom they can spend their time. In such circumstances, when one loses fertility, it's very sad. But dear, you need not worry. Medical sciences have developed a lot. Nothing is impossible now. You can still have children even if you are infertile. You can opt for processes like IVF, IUI, or surrogacy. In this way, you will be able to have your own biological children. Hence, do not lose hope. Everything will be alright. Good wishes!
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It is really sad, I know you are now upset. Well, some clinics are doing it for their personal benefits. I know it is hurtful to you. Well, I recommend that never go to the clinics about which you don't know anything. Infertility is hard to face but it is worst when we choose something bad for us. I hope that it would be helpful. Be aware of such clinics. They have no such experienced doctors.
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This topic was helpful
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So sorry to hear about that. This means you are facing secondary infertility. It is very common. You can look for alternative fertility treatments that might help. I myself had my son through surrogacy. Let me know if you need any help. I'm here for you.
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Hello, how are you doing? Sorry to hear about this. You are probably going through secondary infertility. Two years is a long time. But that's okay. Some people go on for so much more. They don't realize that secondary infertility is also a thing. And it is pretty common. But don't worry okay? you should go and see your doctor and figure out what exactly the problem is. You can choose a treatment which suits you best then. My advice here would be, don't rush into anything. You need to do a lot of research before doing anything. What treatment to go for and what clinic to go to are really important questions. This could cost you a fortune if you don't choose wisely. I'm here to help you thought. You can ask me anything. Good luck.
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If you have been trying for 2 years the visiting an RE should be your next step. You are probably suffering from secondary infertility. Make sure to visit a doctor that is operating at a high success rate. Do research about the clinic before visiting them. I am saying this from my own experience. If you want help do let me know. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way.
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2 years is a long time. I think you should be seeking medical assistance. You should definitely consult your doctor. He can help you with this. You can get your tests done, as well. Good luck to you! I really hope it's nothing serious and you find a way around it. You can do this!
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Yeah, honey, that doesn't sound great. I would suggest getting a professional opinion, right away. You deserve better, no doubt about it. I want to send you the best of luck with this. Good luck to you. You can get through it okay? My prayers are with you!
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Hard to say for sure what the problem is. 39 isn't that late to try. Also, given, that you've been trying for two years, it makes no sense. It has been a long time. I would suggest getting your tests done. Also, get the tests of your husband done. It's better to be on the safe side. Good luck to you!
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Yeah, you should get it checked. 2 years is a long time. Doctors actually prefer if you visit them after six months. I hope this helps you. It's always better to be safe than sorry. Plus, a professional opinion goes a long way. Good luck to you! I hope it's nothing serious and you guys can manage to get a BFP, soon!
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